Select from a variety of Arizona courses to suit your style

Dove Mountain
Dove Mountain
Legendary champion and designer Jack Nicklaus integrates strategy, variety and beauty into his Signature Course at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain in the lush Sonoran Desert. The 27-hole course blends naturally into the saguaro covered foothills of the Tortolita Mountains.
El Conquistador Resort - Cañada course
El Conquistador Resort - Cañada course
The Cañada course is situated across the street from the clubhouse and boasts stunning mountain views from all holes. Play through saguaro capped hillsides surrounded by natural desert terrain, and enjoy manicured fairways and spectacular views of the Catalina Mountains and desert wildlife.
El Conquistador - Conquistador course
El Conquistador - Conquistador course
The Conquistador course is a recently renovated Greg Nash design offering state-of-the-art agronomic conditions and a true 'country club' course. The Conquistador Course is located in a lush, park-like setting. Wide, open fairways and long holes provide the challenge of negotiating desert vegetation.
Tubac Golf Resort - Anza
Tubac Golf Resort - Anza
Stunning views of the Santa Rita Mountians highlight the first 5 holes, with numerous bunkers and strategically placed water hazards. The par 5 fifth green is reminiscent of the 12th at Augusta National; Welcome to Tubac’s Amen Corner! The nine finishes with the famous island green. Players failing to reach the green risk the ridicule of fellow golfers, as well as nearby spectators enjoying the always popular patio at Stables Bar.
Tubac Golf Resort - Otero
Tubac Golf Resort - Otero
A parkland layout highlights the experience as the fairways meander through some of the original homes and casitas of the resort, providing a lush, manicured experience. Water plays a big part along the way as ponds front the greens on holes 5 and 8 and a lake runs the entire length of the fairway on number 9.
Tubac Golf Resort - Rancho
Tubac Golf Resort - Rancho
Three holes, the Tubac Triangle, were added to in 2008 as part of the course remodel. Requiring that opening and closing drives carry the Santa Cruz River, Rancho is the most challenging and scenic of the three, nine hole courses on the property. Set along the banks of the Santa Cruz River, the Rancho nine is unlike any golf setting in Southern Arizona.